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tortured on facebook live. a man with special need held captive in chicago. the video that could lead to hate crime charges. >> campus attack, students groped while they slept. who police say is responsible and why investigators trying to keep him behind bars. snow patrol, by this time tomorrow, the flakes can be falling where you live. what to expect in your neighborhood, straight ahead. nbc 10 news starts now. [ bleep ]. >> a man with special needs tied up and tortured in chicago. all of it streams live on facebook. tonight this video is going
viral. attackers laughing while holding him captive. good evening, i am jacqueline london. >> tonight police in chicago has four people in ++custody. the victim's ordeal may have gone on for more than 20 hours. >> the video shows the 18-year-old victim tied up and gagged and on$pz the floor in a corner. several african-american men and women around the same age laughed and one kicked the man name. >> donald trump! what appears to be knives, they cut-off part of his clothing and at one point takes the blade on his hair from the brutal haircut. all broadcast live on a woman's facebook page. chicago found the disoriented man on the streets and reported
he was missing. >> it is sickening. it makes you wonder what would make individuals treat somebody like that. >> tonight the victim is recovering and talking to the police. no charges have been filed yet. police say it is possible they could include kidnapping or hate crime charge. other big story we are following tonight. the weather by this time 4 falling where you live. here is the snow in colorado and it is headed our way. >> our chief meteorologist is tracking the storm, glenn, when is the snow going to get here and how much can we see? >> it is going to be around 24 hours from now right at this time tomorrow night. we are going to be starting to see snow on the radar and temperatures will be below freezing. it will be cold enough for any snow to stick. by 9:00, it is already increasing across the area. by 11:00 or 11:30. it is widespread. the darker colors indicating
heavier snow that's enough to accumulate. that goes through most of the night. take a look at how quickly it moves out. >> by the morning rush, it is p the timing is pretty good for us. it can treat the roads while we are all asleep. thursday afternoon, it is going to be 20 degrees colder today. that'll set up for the snow. moving in from the west, 8:00 to 10:00. accumulations from one to two inches from 10:00 p.m. to 4:00 a.m. on friday. the snow is ending in new jersey for part of the morning rush. it is also going to be very cold. the temperatures will be marginal in philadelphia while' it is snowing. in the suburbs, it will be cold enough to stick and we are going to have more on the timing and what areas are likely to get hit ha hardest. coming up. >> we'll see you again, glenn.
the -- >> the investigation stretches from our area all the way to the state of wyoming. the latest target of the college of new jersey. >> reporter: students here are release that had the judge increase the bail for the accused groper of his details and hisqzs connections from oth crimes. >> john cannon is linked to half a dozen dorm incidents. >> i am pretty shocked. i am scared how these things happen in campus. cannon broke in while girls slept. first, he performed a sex act on himself and groped the students. >> campus police are aware of what's happening on campus. %ñ prior cannon was busted for the same thing up tp
road. instead of prison, he enroll inside a pretrial intervention program. >> it does scare me a little bit. it could happen to me or any of my friends as well. >> the 25-year-old gave a dna sample which led to a match in a case far away at the university of wyoming. last may we broke into a sorority window and exposed a lewd act. >> reporter: he will be forbidden from being on any campuses including this one. at the college of new jersey, i am drew smith, nbc 10 news. now at 11:00, concerns in a neighborhood after a man exposed himself while peeking into a woman's home. police believe the man used pavlopads around the lake to walk up to the women's homehomes.
the man is described as over weight and naked. investigators are trying to figure out what caused this to collide. all of their injuries were minor. both route 10 trolley headed west and one rear-ended the other. >> it was still a scary experience. >> it was things where you want to slam on the brakes yourself and before we know it, it smashed in front of us. >> just like a bomb sets off and it hits us so hard and knocked everybody on the floor and everything. >> the trolley should have been running ten minutes apart. william lane -- lynn heads to court tomorrow. he covered up clergy sex abuse children. he was the first american
catholic church official convicted. the district attorney vowed to retry him. right now there is a new trial scheduled for may. a south jersey husband is charged of killing his wife in front of his children. >> he was on the run for two weeks before he was caught in the woods in atlanta county monday. today, watson's family attended the hearing and shared a inupikture inupine new picture of the murdered the philadelphia fraternal order of police is criticizing the district attorney for not pressing charges. a 16-year-old girl struck a female officer in the face breaking her glasses in southwest philadelphia during this incident. the officer threw the5g. teen the ground and both exchangesed punches. today, the da is looking the
other way and he tweeted, remember this as election time. new at 11:00, a montgomery drug convicted of a driver of vehicular after a crash happenes in april. you can see on the right side of the screen. the driver reading a paper while she attempts making a turn. 93-year-old edward miller was killed and the judge determined sanders was grossly negligent she. she's awaiting for her sentence. now, to politics. president obama and vice president-elect mike pence were on capitolb hill today. vice president-elect]no' mike
spoke with republican lawmakers about the best way to dismantle obamacare. >> republicans plan to cut healthcare would not make america great again, it will make america sick again. >> we want to make sure there is an orderly transition so the rug are not pulled out from families who are currently struggling under obamacare. >> president-elect trump is expectedpvmvy to use his expeec power to sign off on the measure once in office. biden lined up jobs when he leaves the bhowhite jcñhouse. he plans to focus on economic policy. last night, the vp let it slips that he also sets up shops in philadelphia. >> bide dn speaking there while his microphone is still on.
>> the work he's been spear headed. nbc 10 told you about this soda tax impacting your local grocers. tonight, we found out it is affecting some restaurants, too. >> it is no longer selling ))jf sodas. brandon hudson is joining us live with more on this decision. >> reporter: well, first we saw creative stand of this soda tax. we came to a restaurant in main street who made their first drink order distributor since the tax took effect. >> it is dinner time at union taco, the restaurant is a few byob on main street which means soda is a big part of business. >> let me know that the soda tax went into effect and immediately, no, we are not going to worry about that. >> how much did he say that the
monster went up? >> it went up to $45 a case. >> now, it remains to see if the 1.5 sugary drink tax will cause the restaurant to increase prices. in nbc 10 discovered this page on facebook page. the owner of the shop is frustrated of the tax, he's no longer selling soda at the shop. >> i love sodas. >> both say they ordered%h%psod at restaurants. the drink tax is doing the same when it comes to spending more money. >> yeah, $)z!÷well, i don't kno am a poor college student, it may stop me from buying it. >> reporter: still a big question tonight is how will this money help the city of learned other projected $92 million in five years about 60 million of that will go to pre-k education.
the rest will be split among community schools and parks and rec centers and a tax credit for businesses. reporting live, i am brandon hudson, nbc 10 news. the soda tax helped all the students! attended for free. the tax helped nearly 2,000 pre-kindergarteners going to school this year. our local community is speaking out about a $50 million school project that could have an impact on their taxes. packed house tonight in pensburg. many residents spoke out against that plan. the proposal including raising taxes by more than 8% of the four years. the district says they need to new school as enrollment growth. fans stormed the courts tonight but they were not for
villanueva. we'll talk about who upset the number one wildcats. the army navy has been a fixture in chester county for a century. i am keith jones, coming up next, i will tell you how one family's legacy is bailing out one family's business. >> fill low fights, you probably see the ads. why they are accused of this deceptive advertising. glenn. >> yeah, we got snow coming and i am tracking it and how much to expect where you live, straight ahead on my first alert forecast.
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they're making a finalx uç stand. >> thanks to the local non-profit, they are donating all their3vyymerchandise. homeless veterans stand to benefit from the army navy store. >> here on lincoln highway, store front comes and gone. the army & navy store has been here for a century until now. they packed the shelves for 90 straight years. >> i will be active in the community. if we are family. >> and owner judy is out of business but not out of luck. >> it is a win-win. it really is. >> that's where 20-year-old david turner jr. comes in. he passed away in 2009. >> she was working and wanted to help the veterans he was serving. and never had the chance.
>> his dad started david's drive a local non-profit helping homeless and veterans. >> we are going to load them up and we are going to get some shelving out of here and get it up to the va. >> the lockgcsñ charity carryin out a long time local family's legacy. >> to know that the remaining inventory which always said that would be donated, it is going to a place where it will definitely help others. >> the veterans putting their lives on the line for us and it is the least we can =s.áódo. >> keith jones, nbc 10 news. >> you can always buy such warm clothing at army & navy store. >>h it right now. tomorrow morning, you are going to notice the difference.
right now near the freezing part and below freezing in some parts. it is going feel like as we go into the night and boo the morning at 7:00 a.m. peeling like 11 in alton and 17 the south. what a change? well, it is going to feel like the teens for the morning rush. that's for sure. we got snow coming in and that's pretty much for sure, too. right around 10:00 and around 4:00 a.m. colder over the weekend and some places feeling below zero. that arctic air is coming right in and it is going to last all the way through the weekend and
even in to monday. 54 today and a high of 35 tomorrow and then it gets colder. by sunday, the high is 26. and it is windy, too. lets see where that snow is. it is racing across the country and already into illinois and it is moving rapidly and it is going to be starting here. not so much by 6:00 or 7:00 tomorrow but by about 10:00 and you can see it will start quickly and it may accumulate fairly quickly because temperatures will be low enough on untreated services. by the morning rush, it is all over with so the timing is helpful for those trying to get rid of it. >> an inch to two inches on average across the area. >> the second storm, that's on saturday, looks like it is going
to track far enough out that maybe southern delaware and jersey shore is grazed by that. most of us should not be seeing any snow out of that one. look how cold it is going to get. you think tomorrow morning is cold. there is friday, and as we go through saturday, single digits here and sunday morning, it is going to feel close to zero degrees in many parts of the area. the best chance of the snow is late thursday night and very early friday. everybody is windy and bitter cold on sunday. up next, mariah carey's side of the story. she's talking about her nightmare performance on new year's ooefr. eve. afoot and light-hearted i take to the open road. healthy, free, the world before me, the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose.
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built for business. cold air is coming, glenn. >> yeah, and snow along with it. we have not had it this season. by friday morning, that snow comes about 10:00 tomorrow night and until about 4:00 or 5:00 a.m. on friday. an inch or maybe two and a bigger cold after that, especially on sunday. >> all right, glenn. for watching tonight at 11:00. hope you will join us again tomorrow. cheers and applause ] ♪ >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- anette bening, steve harvey, musical guest th